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Joe Biden and Guns

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed." -- Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

President Joseph R. Biden Jr. recently announced his determination to use his powers as the chief executive of the federal government to infringe...Read more

Dangers Seen and Unseen

Privately and publicly, I have been so thankful and blessed that I have not contracted COVID-19 and continue to travel domestically and internationally in my TV broadcasting life, without any interruption.

Of course, exercising wise judgement has been critical to my narrative, given that so many friends and colleagues were violently ill, and a ...Read more

Just Because It's Said by Joe Doesn't Make It So

While President Joe Biden's administration doesn't seem to need an excuse to spend money, two recurring arguments for his gigantic $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal are that our roads and bridges are "crumbling" and that modernization would generate economic growth and jobs -- hence its name, the American Jobs Plan. But none of this clever ...Read more

Democrats' Quest for Complete Control

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

One of the most disconcerting things to observe in present-day politics is Democrats' glee at the control they currently have over the branches of American government, and their giddy determination to use any means available by virtue of that control to obtain absolute power at both the federal and state levels.

President (King) Joe ...Read more

The Gaslighting of the American People

This week, Project Veritas released a video of Charlie Chester, a CNN technical director, talking to a woman who recorded him during what he thought were "dates"; she had purposely targeted him and videoed him surreptitiously. While you might not agree with her tactics, her videos reveal that CNN was involved in what proved to be a successful ...Read more

Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Cashes In on 'Systemic Racism'

From the Right / Larry Elder /

Patrisse Cullors is a co-founder of Blacks Lives Matter. About her background, she said in 2015: "The first thing, I think, is that we actually do have an ideological frame. Myself and Alicia (Garza, BLM co-founder) in particular are trained organizers." Cullors also said: "We are trained Marxists. We are super-versed on, sort of, ideological ...Read more

From JFK to Joe Biden

Washington -- In predicting what we can expect to be the achievements of President Joe Biden, let us consider what his modern Democratic predecessors have achieved. There is a pattern in the president's predecessors' achievements that is revelatory. Briefly consider what they did.

President John F. Kennedy entered the White House as a war hero,...Read more

Will There Be a Penalty for Withdrawal From Afghanistan?

From the Right / Cal Thomas /

President Biden’s announced intention to complete the withdrawal of all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by September 11, exactly 20 years after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, will complete a goal former President Trump wanted to meet, but ...Read more

Chicago Looks to Minnesota, Awaits Another Police Shooting Video and Holds Its Breath

From the Right / John Kass /

Chicago holds its breath, awaiting release of a police video showing 13-year-old Adam Toledo, reportedly with a gun, shot dead by a cop.

The city by the lake hasn’t recovered from the waves of looting and other violence that grew out of last year’s George Floyd protests. Just look at all the vacant storefronts on North Michigan Avenue, the ...Read more

Gov. Hutchinson's Distortion of President Reagan

From the Right / Star Parker /

Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas raised ire from conservatives for vetoing legislation passed by the Arkansas state legislature that would have banned "gender-affirming" medical treatment for transgender minors.

This includes treatment such as hormone therapy, puberty blockers and surgery associated with gender identity.

The ...Read more

Uncle Sam Needs You for a Counter-Psychological Warfare Strategy

From the Right / Austin Bay /

Divide and conquer, or divide and rule, was a maxim Chinese strategist Sun Tzu stressed in 500 B.C. Sun wrote that the supreme military commander "subjugates other people's armies without engaging in battle, captures other people's fortified cities without attacking them." Defeating an enemy "without fighting is the true pinnacle of excellence."...Read more

'America First' in Vaccinations

From the Right / Betsy McCaughey /

In the race to save lives, the United States and England are winning. A stunning 47% of U.K. residents and 36% of U.S. residents have received at least one dose. Compare that with the European Union, where only 15% have gotten at least one jab. The U.S. and the U.K. are way ahead thanks to the brash nationalism of U.K. Prime Minister Boris ...Read more

YouTube Conservative Commentator Calls Out Censorship

From the Right / John Stossel /

The most viewed conservative commentator on YouTube is Steven Crowder with his channel, Louder with Crowder.

His fans love his politically incorrect jokes.

He also sets up a table at college campuses, invites people to debate, and airs the debate unedited. One such video, titled, "There Are Two Genders: Change My Mind," has been viewed 40 ...Read more

511 Police Officers 'Feloniously Killed' On Duty in Last 10 Years on Record

Do you remember this tragic and horrendous story?

It started on the afternoon of April 27, 2018, when a 28-year-old man in Nogales, Arizona, tried to rob a taxi driver. It eventually led to the murder of a police officer.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation later explained what happened in its annual summary of cases involving law enforcement ...Read more

The Fight Over Identity

From the Right / Ben Shapiro /

America has been wrecked on the shoals of identity.

Identity politics has been characterized casually as a form of tribalism: Americans grouping themselves according to biological or sexual characteristics, in opposition to other groups associated by biological or sexual characteristics. There is certainly truth to the idea that such tribalism ...Read more

America's Media-Poisoned Well

From the Right / Michelle Malkin /

It's springtime in America. In halcyon days, we'd ring in the new season with fresh starts and fragrant flowers. But in 2021, the arrival of April now ushers in yet another cycle of destructive urban riots -- stoked and coddled by toxic journalists downplaying left-wing violence and demonizing all who dare call out the ruinous, race-based chaos ...Read more

The Press Is Infrastructure for Biden

From the Right / Tim Graham /

Sen. John Cornyn came under blistering attack from Washington Post scribe Aaron Blake for having wondered whether President Joe Biden is really in charge, since he's kept an extremely low profile with the press. Blake took after the senator for implying the Trump spin that old Joe has lost a few mental gears and is something of a "Manchurian ...Read more

Matt Gaetz, Nonconsensual Porn and You

From the Right / S.E. Cupp /

Whether you consider them a tribute to body positivity and sexual liberation or a sign of civil and social decline, they are inarguably a hallmark of the modern era: nudes.

Thanks to the internet and social media, the advent of easily shareable nudes, or sexually explicit photos and videos, has created both a billion-dollar boom in cyberporn ...Read more

China is About to Eat America’s Lunch in the Middle East

From the Right / Rachel Marsden /

PARIS — China signed a 25-year, $400 billion cooperation agreement with Iran late last month that could result in Chinese bases in the Middle East and increase Beijing’s global economic hegemony. All because the Washington establishment couldn’t bring itself to stop drinking its own anti-Iran Kool-Aid.

There are few special-interest ...Read more

The Day Lake Conemaugh Destroyed Johnstown

From the Right / Salena Zito /

SOUTH FORK, Pennsylvania -- One hundred and thirty-two years later, the truth of what happened here in May 1889 is still difficult to put into words.

Standing on the very soil where Col. Elias Unger, the last president of the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club, had his home overlooking Lake Conemaugh, you can see from the distance where the ...Read more